Plextor has powerful NVMe SSD with 64 NAND, both M.2 and PCIe

Plextor (and its mother-of-the-line Lite-On) have older wires about to be fixed as manufacturers of high-quality optical disc burners, but these post- Wristwatch is full of other load technology: SSD. The Plextor is among others in the NVMe SSD, which sells as a combination of M.2, delivering the adapter to the PCI Express 3.0 Â-4 slot. The new generation of M9Pe, based on NAND's 64-layer memory, has a fairly high performance.

The Plextor M9Pe uses Toshiba's NAND memory, it is the TLC 64-layer type, it would be about the third generation BiCS technology . In addition, NVMe and Marvell 88SS1093 are used, but Plextor's firmware will evolve itself. This volume will be available with 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB capacities (the first two versions have a 512MB LPDDR3 buffer, the highest LPDDR3 is 1024 MB)

Three versions will be available. First, make a card (â € “M8PeYâ €), making it the adapter in the PCI Express slot, in which the module is also fitted with a passive cooler. But the purchase will also be provided with a separate module M.2, because the selection will be both bare (“M8PeGN”) and a decorative passage (“M8PeG”). The version in the PCI Express slot has one side advantage for those who like today: a programmable RGB signal. Beware, however, that you do not have a 2.0-inch PCI Express Ã-4 slot that can be on the AM4 or older Intel® (PCI Express 3.0) slot on the ipset but this year new AMD chip as we have just discussed)

The performance should be considerably higher M8Pe. Sequencing data can deliver transmission speeds up to 3200 MB / s, sequential subscriptions up to 2100 MB / s (1TB version). With a 1TB model, the model will yield up to 400,000 IOPS and up to 300,000 IOPS. You can see the table with detailed values. As is apparent, models with smaller capacity are slower due to lower internal parallelism. Significantly, this is mainly 256GB of capacity, with half the IOPS sequential listing for the subscription. The UA 512GB model does not come with a lot of it.

Against a presenter who used MLC type memory (15Nm planar) what less guaranteed guides. The 256GB version promises 160TB, 512GB of 320TB and 1TB version of 640TB. The warranty is, of course, quite satisfactory for the past five years.

The disco is probably not put on sale, since the press release is only spoken about Å¡enÃâ € œ. Direct sales to the stores would probably not have to be more than a few weeks apart. According to AnandTech, the company is sending samples to reviews that should be released in January